IMPROVING THE ACCURACY OF SURGE MODELS USING SUBGRID CORRECTIONS
AbstractModern storm surge models to predict hurricane water levels have gone in two opposite directions: (1) Low resolution, fast, models that may be run thousands of times as a storm approaches land; and (2) High resolution, more accurate, models that are largely used for planning and hindcasts, and are too slow for real-time ensemble forecasts. Differences in predictions between the two types of models are particularly large over flooded ground, which is most important for human activities.
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Kennedy, A., Wirasaet, D., Bolster, D., & Dietrich, J. C. (2018). IMPROVING THE ACCURACY OF SURGE MODELS USING SUBGRID CORRECTIONS. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1(36), currents.46. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.currents.46
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